Girl Scouts of the USA and Microsoft Corp. joined forces to create LMK (text speak for “let me know”) — an online safety resource where girls are the technology experts on subjects that are often best discussed at a teen-to-teen level, like cyberbullying, predators and social networking. This girl-led campaign allows girls to share their online concerns with peer “tech-perts” about the issues that affect them while raising awareness about how to help keep girls (ages 13–17) safe while surfing the Web. In addition, parents have access to a site specifically geared to their needs, equipping them with the tools necessary to understand and act on the rapidly changing world of online safety.
This film highlights the dangers of your child having unrestricted access to the internet.
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*******www.feedtherightwolf**** Pornography is a rapidly growing problem that most of the people are not aware of. In this video I am showing some shocking statistics regarding child pornography, porn addiction, and other scary trends ...
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Possibly the most talked about parenting concern today, Internet danger is not virtual, it’s real. Parents worry about kids having access to pornography or interaction with predators – including other kids. Dr. Gene Beresin is the Director of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry Residency Training at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and McLean Hospital. He is also the co-director for the MGH Center for Mental Health & Media and he is a professor of psychiatry at the Harvard Medical School. Dr. Beresin discusses what to be prepared for and what to do to keep your child safe. Learn what to look for, what to do, and what to avoid when managing your child’s web time. Mom Matters is 10 easy to watch, anytime minutes of practical advice for more productive parenting. Visit us at www.mom-matters****
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Watching online videos has become a popular pastime for both parents and kids. However, dads and moms often have internet safety concerns about the content in these videos that their children are viewing. In this episode of The Lab, Daddy Clay takes the Safety Mode from YouTube for a test drive and checks out these new parental controls. How well do they work? Will they keep your kids from seeing violence, bad language, and sex? Are other video sites like Kideos and PBS Kids a better alternative? DadLabs Ep. 607 is brought to you by BabyBjorn. Distributed by Tubemogul.
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Twitter is GREAT!!!!!
.....But IS IT SAFE!?!?!
Internet safety is a must!!!!
.....Use this tips to stay twitter safe.
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The video “Overexposed” by Nicholas Chen and Edan Freiberger took the grand prize this year in the Trend Micro Internet Safety for Kids and Families “What’s Your Story” 2010 Video Contest. “Overexposed” humorously and realistically demonstrates the importance of keeping a good reputation online and the consequences of not doing so.
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"What's Your Story?" is an international, user-generated video contest that empowers youth to be leaders in educating others about being safe online. It gives young people an opportunity to be a part of the solution to online safety.
The contest is sponsored and supported by Trend Micro Internet Safety for Kids & Families and partnering organizations. It's unique in that it requires young people to become educated about being safe online, then empowers them as the educator to impart advice to their peers through creation of the video.
The grand prize winner for 2011 is "Where are you?" - austere in its production yet compelling in its message to youth everywhere to be responsible for their online behavior.
Keeping kids safe online isnt easy but now you can using the CYBERminder child internet safety device. Some of the dangers children face online and how CYBERminder has helped parents to implement this simple parental control solution are shown here.
Keep your children safe online with CYBERminder child Internet protection